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Still A Mystery!

Judicial Commission that probed the alleged incidents of kidnapping, sexual assault and suicide of a minor girl of village Musaguda under Pottangi police station area of Koraput district, has not made it clear whether the girl was raped or the cause of her suicide.

The panel headed by Koraput District & Session Court Judge B K Mishra also said that it was a mystery on the allegation of gang rape and also her suicide.
“The exact cause of false accusation and suicide is a mystery before the Commission and will remain as a mystery unless unearthed by making further investigation in that regard,” the commission said in its report.
The commission report also did not take it lightly the reaction of political parties and organisations which created a statewide agitation over the alleged gang rape and suicide of the minor girl, a student of class IX at a state run school at Sorispadar.
The girl was allegedly raped by men in uniform while she was returning home from the local market on October 10, 2017.  The state government ordered a judicial probe into the alleged incident in December that year which submitted its report to government on September, 2018.
The state government tabled the action taken report on the case in the Assembly by Minister of State for Home Dibya Shankar Mishra.
The Minister stated that delay in tabling the action report due to processing and examining the report at various stages and on account of taking action and printing of the report.
The government has accepted two recommendations of the commission of inquiry which had probed the alleged incident of kidnapping, sexual assault and suicide of a minor girl of Musaguda in Koraput, an official statement said this evening.
After being examined in the Home Department, the report was accepted by the Government excepting one recommendation of the Commission regarding removal of the statue of the victim from Kunduli Chowk, it said.
As per the recommendations of the Commission, the State Police Headquarters has been requested to issue strict instructions to all the investigating agencies to take all necessary steps during investigation to hide the identity of the victim of sexual assault as required under law.
It has been instructed to all concerned that any District or State Authority should not make the progress of investigation public in front of media before the investigation is over, especially in cases of sexual assault, the statement added.
The Judicial Panel questioned on the role of victim’s family, saying they were not satisfied with the investigation due to reasons best known to them and instead of being cooperative, they leveled frivolous allegations against them


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